We're ready to sell the stick house and move in to our RV. My husband is 70 and I'm 60. We want to become debt free and we think we can do this by selling the house. The car will be paid off this August, and by selling the house we can pay off our credit cards and the golf cart. We're in a retirement area and many of us "commute" in the golf cart! If we pay the annual fee at a local RV resort where we'd like to stay the monthly site rent is around $235. My husband is retired and has some health issues, but I'm still healthy as a horse and work part-time. We love Arizona and have no plans to take lengthy cross-country trips - Arizona, New Mexico and California are fine for us. With our debt out of the way (except for the RV payment) we would like to still take our local trips (we LOVE the WH resort in St. David) and simultaneously maintain our monthly "home base" RV site. I will probably always want to work part-time as long as I'm able. We've thought of selling the RV (at quite a loss of course) or possibly holding out until I turn 62 when we will both qualify for a reverse mortgage. If my husband should pass before I do I don't want to rattle around in this house without him and would be perfectly content in our RV. We lived in it for a couple of years of camphosting and loved it. Life was so relaxing and simple then. Anybody out there who can get shed some light we would really appreciate!!